3D Printed Case for Transistor Tester

Introduction: 3D Printed Case for Transistor Tester

About: I’m degree in Psychology in 2001, with a thesis in Artificial Intelligence. I’m working on Smart Object, IoT and Interactive Design. I’m developing autonomously my projects. I make autonomously programs in Ard…

I've buyed a tester for mosfet and transistor. This is a simple tester that scan the piece connected on the three contact, and show on lcd the type and the scheme of electronic component. This good accessories don't have a case. I've designed and printed this case.

Step 1: Download the Stl File and Print

The first step is download the stl file and print it. If you don't have a 3D print, you can use the 3DHubs service. After this step is important add the connector to the 5 pins of connections. This step is necessary because the case is most high to use the simple connectors. See the photo.

Step 2: Make a Hole and Assembly

The last step is make a hole on the case where are the button of tester. If the button is more down, you can use a screw to connect the button to the case, or a swab of cotton buds.

Now you can assembly all together, and you can test it!

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    2 Discussions

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    4 years ago

    I just mount mine to scraps of hardboard with stand offs. Done, and done.

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    masteruan
    masteruan

    Reply 4 years ago

    Good